I know I’m a bit late in the game, but I was pleased to discover The Outdoor Hour last week. I have the book “Handbook of Nature Study,” but it had been sitting on a shelf. We are not new to the idea of nature study however. I have been
How do I know if my child is ready to learn to read? Is three too young? Is six too late? I tortured myself over this with my first and have since learned ways to watch an individual child to see if they can handle learning to read. I would
First, I must admit that I did spend some time in public school. But when my mom found out that homeschooling was legal, those years became a distant memory. She went to a homeschool conference and came home with our books on order. She sent a letter to the superintendent
I am a second generation homeschooler, meaning I was homeschooled and now I am homeschooling my own children. My mom and I have spent many hours discussing this and that aspect of education. Then we went to the trenches and tried it out. Perhaps some of you homeschooling for the
Torah School for Lech Lecha. We had a slightly shorter week this week, because I had to run errands one day, but I have some exciting things to share. We started something new this week that went tremendously well. I added hebrew words of the week to our morning
Wow, another week complete, and here I am, ready to give you all the intimate details. Torah School has been a tremendous blessing in our home. Daddy has been asking for assignments for him lol! So, here’s our week with Noach! We learned some more hebrew with lessons from ‘One
Hello to all of you using Torah School. I want to let you know that Lech Lecha and Vayera are ready to use. We have found some pretty exciting things. I have been learning so much right along side my kids, and revisiting some things I learned many years ago.
I am very excited to announce a resource center especially for homeschoolers desiring to use torah as their base for school. When you click on each torah portion, you will find ideas and links for every subject from art to history to science. Each idea is drawn from the torah portion.
We all say it, but is it really true?Can we teach our children everything with our Bible and perhaps a few reference works? I thought I’d do a little experiment with next week’s torah portion and find out. Here’s what I came up with. I am assuming a methodical math